Tangor 100

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Tangor 100

Powerful, full-featured and versatile femtosecond laser

Tangor 100 is a powerful femtosecond laser combining both high repetition rate and
high energy per pulse (going up to μJ).
Versatile and full-featured, Tangor femtosecond laser is equipped with: the customization function FemtoBurst™ (choose the number of pulses, their rhythms, time between each pulse between 25 to 100 ns, etc.), the trigger on demand for selecting individual pulses, SuperSync Control for getting more precise synchronization with a high speed scanning system. Tangor femtosecond laser is available with UV output going up to 30W.

  • #FemtoBurst™
  • #3 wavelengths available: IR,GR,UV
  • #Industrial design for 24/7 operations
  • #GHz compatible
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